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$3.50 Tournament, How to avoid such errors? - Sun Oct 05, 2014, 03:20 AM
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Hand analysis is needed !!!!

PokerStars Hand #122576774890: Tournament #989060420, $3.16+$0.34 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level V (75/150) - 2014/10/05 1:46:15 EET [2014/10/04 18:46:15 ET]
Table '989060420 1' 9-max Seat #9 is the button
Seat 3: krikke1379 (1616 in chips)
Seat 5: wiciu777 (2073 in chips)
Seat 7: tomy110 (3851 in chips)
Seat 8: AngulenDK (1425 in chips)
Seat 9: Gerimant (4535 in chips)
krikke1379: posts small blind 75
wiciu777: posts big blind 150
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Gerimant [Qd Qs]
tomy110: raises 225 to 375
AngulenDK: folds
Gerimant: calls 375
krikke1379: folds
wiciu777: folds
*** FLOP *** [2s 7d Jd]
tomy110: bets 450
Gerimant: raises 450 to 900
tomy110: calls 450
*** TURN *** [2s 7d Jd] [9d]
tomy110: checks
Gerimant: bets 1387
tomy110: raises 1189 to 2576 and is all-in
Gerimant: calls 1189
*** RIVER *** [2s 7d Jd 9d] [Kc]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
tomy110: shows [7c 7h] (three of a kind, Sevens)
Gerimant: shows [Qd Qs] (a pair of Queens)
tomy110 collected 7927 from pot
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 7927 | Rake 0
Board [2s 7d Jd 9d Kc]
Seat 3: krikke1379 (small blind) folded before Flop
Seat 5: wiciu777 (big blind) folded before Flop
Seat 7: tomy110 showed [7c 7h] and won (7927) with three of a kind, Sevens
Seat 8: AngulenDK folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 9: Gerimant (button) showed [Qd Qs] and lost with a pair of Queens
 
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Sun Oct 05, 2014, 10:59 AM
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I'm not an expert but my thoughts are:
When he calls your raise on the flop you have got to ask yourself what he has that could beat you, AA, KK, 22, 77, JJ, don't think he is raising with a flush draw but its possible. I think a flatwould have been the better option here your hand only really has 2 outs to get better.
Turn comes another diamond making any flush draw at this point I think I would be checking behind. As you are now behind to any flush draw, you make a bet that will only get called by a hand that has you beat and as it is more than half his remaining stack he is going to shove or fold and as you raised on the flop he can be pretty sure you are unlikely to have raised with only a flush draw.

But as I say I am learning too so see what the experts say.
 
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Sun Oct 05, 2014, 11:09 AM
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Hi Gerimant!

The key with this hand is that with a hand as strong as QQ, I absolutely need to 3-bet preflop. A standard sizing for this is to between 2.5X and 3X the previous bet.

The way this hand played out, it wouldn't matter (if the opp wouldn't fold a pair preflop)... but we don't want to be results oriented. When playing a hand, we want to make the best decisions throughout the hand and in this case, the best decision is to 3-bet preflop.

Hope this helps and good luck at the tables.

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Sun Oct 05, 2014, 01:27 PM
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Mon Oct 06, 2014, 07:49 AM
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Thank you, I had to view it:
Basic pre-flop play
Raising pre-flop
 

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